At the beginning of 2021, SWCA began working with the City of Corona (California) on the City of Corona Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).
As wildfire severity increases, communities need a plan to help prepare for, reduce the risk of, and adapt to wildland fire events. CWPPs help accomplish these goals by providing recommendations that are intended to reduce the severity or risk of wildland fires.
In July 2021, the team released a story map to engage the public in the ongoing CWPP process for the City of Corona. The CWPP identifies priority areas where mitigation measures are needed to protect the city from irreplaceable life, property, and critical infrastructure losses because of wildfire. SWCA also worked with the City of Corona to develop a video (below) to announce the CWPP.
SWCA's Wildfire Planning Services
SWCA is a recognized expert in completing pre- and post-fire planning work throughout the United States.